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Are these still 'a thing' ? The Lib Dems that is not the gay community who are well entitled to do whatever they like with each other. 

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Fair play to her, free to do what she wants. Has come across really nice whenever I've heard her on the telly. But someone please tell me what the fuck a pansexual is. I googled it and unfortunately she isn't sticking pans up her chuff. It looks like they have they just changed the name of bi-sexual to pansexual? Did the 'pan' community not like being called 'bi' anymore? And what are we gonna end up calling our pans? 

 

 

 

 

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Looks like ‘lord’ David Steel might be getting the boot finally for backing that pig Cyril Smith despite knowing he was a massive paedo. 

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On 20/02/2020 at 06:41, Bjornebye said:

Looks like ‘lord’ David Steel might be getting the boot finally for backing that pig Cyril Smith despite knowing he was a massive paedo. 

He's resigned. Took his time, like. The vile, enabler. 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/lord-steel-resigns-over-child-abuse-inquiry-criticism_uk_5e553565c5b66729cf62a55f

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Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Layla Moran potentially the next leader of the cunt Dems.

 

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Not only does she look like a cunt, she appears to be a cunt from her recent TV rounds.

 

It's quite astonishing how they churn out these cunts over and over.

 

The definition of madness...

 

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Hopefully she can shift the Lib Dem’s to a pro Palestinian stance. They might want to watch out for the “antisemitism campaigners” though. 

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27 minutes ago, moof said:

Hopefully she can shift the Lib Dem’s to a pro Palestinian stance. 

Stronts is busy trying to delete hundreds of his posts.

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She actually came across well in a parliament a few times in the run up to the election. Does she murder squirrels for fun though? 

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2 hours ago, Jairzinho said:

Stronts is busy trying to delete hundreds of his posts.

He records the date and time of every post he makes so he can go back and delete when he is accused of lying. 

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1 minute ago, Nelly-Torres said:

It doesn't matter who takes charge, they're now forever tainted as the nonce enabling party. 

 

Not sure I like that angle. Cyril Smith was Labour as well. 

 

I prefer the lying, hypocritical, snide, squirrel killing, tory shagging, austerity enabling, pointless party. 

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Vince Cable praising Lenin. He was kissing Blairs arse the other day. Is he going full Charles Kennedy ? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Stronts? Stronts ? 

 

You joining in? A bunch of libs are doing some sort of Ramadan, (I'm not sure they know what the fuck they're doing)  even though they're not er really Muslims.

 

 

 

 

I'm not an expert but I'm not sure it's a good idea to start with what look like eggs and bacon.

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https://www.libdemvoice.org/libdemiftar-a-first-for-us-64153.html

 

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Would you like a date with a LibDem? Not in the romantic sense. This is the fruit you can eat as Muslims do when they end their fast for the day, the Iftar.

 

Next week, Muslims will be observing the beginning of the Islamic month of Ramadan and this year, the Liberal Democrats will be joining them! Acting leader Sir Ed Davey, MP Layla Moran, Siobhan Benita and other high profile Lib Dems, will join Muslim communities this Ramadan by fasting alongside them on Saturday the 25th of April. They will be taking this opportunity to raise money for a charity of their choosing – many that tackle hunger in the UK, an issue which has become more prevalent in the recent weeks, as our foodbanks come under greater pressure during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

During Ramadan, Muslims seek to focus on their faith and compassion for others, through abstaining from food and drink from dawn until dusk. They don’t even lie. This is also a time of great community spirit, as people gather together in mosques and each other’s homes, to take part in communal meals and prayers. 

 

This year of course, that won’t happen. Mosques in this country closed their doors just as churches, synagogues and temples did. 

 

Nonetheless, after weeks of minimal social contact, the curtailment of Ramadan festivities will come as a further blow for many who feel isolated from their communities. This is something that many faith groups relate to.

 

Our party deciding to fast with our Muslim neighbours, is therefore a significant display of solidarity during a difficult time for all of us.

 

Muslims, and indeed many others, will be feeling a loss of community spirit. By taking part in this fast, and sharing our experiences over social media, we can help re-create the Ramadan spirit online.

 

It would wonderful to have other Lib Dem members taking part, if they are healthy and want to be part of an unique experience. Not only is this a gesture of solidarity with the Muslim community, it will be an excellent opportunity to truly experience what true hunger feels like.

 

Sadly, being hungry is not a choice for many in the country. The number of people reliant on food charities is up and the homeless are only now getting accommodation to stop further spread of the virus. Muslims think of others and to give to charity when they fast – so this fast is the perfect way to highlight some of the charities that help our most vulnerable. If you fast, consider also donating to a charity of your choice.

 

To take part, you will need to abstain from food and drink from dawn to dusk, which on 25th April is 4:03am until 8:19pm. Here’s a good article which goes into more detail about fasting and what it entails. This is not a religious act just an experience. We encourage you to share your thoughts of the day on social media, using hashtags #RamadanMubarak #LibDemIftar, also using this as an opportunity to raise the profile of your preferred charity. Then join others who have fasted for a virtual #LibDemIftar at sunset , a meal to end the fast. For more details including a comprehensive social media plan, please download this briefing for the day: Lib Dem Iftar 2020 Briefing

 

I’m so proud of our party and its record of solidarity with minorities. This fast will be a first for any political party and may raise a few eyebrows – but getting noticed for doing something that reaches out to our diverse communities is no bad thing. So give it a go – join us for this day to show solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters and at the same time help our most needy in our community. #RamadanMubarak everyone.

 


Stronts wont be having any dates, just supplying them to his local mosque...,

 

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